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PUBLIC LAW 99-000—MMMM. DD, 1986

100 STAT. 2974

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PUBLIC LAW 99-519—OCT. 22, 1986 "(2) RESPONSE ACTION FOR DAMAGED ASBESTOS.—In the case of a response action for the circumstances described in subsection (c)(l)(A), methods for responding shall include methods identified in chapters 3 and 5 of the 'Guidance for Controlling Asbestos-Containing Material in Buildings'. "(3)

RESPONSE ACTION FOR SIGNIFICANTLY DAMAGED ASBES-

TOS.—In the case of a response action for the circumstances described in subsection (c)(l)(B), methods for responding shall include methods identified in chapter 5 of the Guidance for Controlling Asbestos-Containing Material in Buildings'. "(4) RESPONSE ACTION FOR POTENTIALLY DAMAGED ASBESTOS.—

In the case of a response action for the circumstances described «' in subsection (c)(l)(C), methods for responding shall include - methods identified in chapters 3 and 5 of the 'Guidance for 3ii Controlling Asbestos-Containing Material in Buildings', unless preventive measures will eliminate the reasonable likelihood li that the asbestos-containing material will become damaged, deteriorated, or delaminated. "(5) RESPONSE ACTION FOR POTENTIALLY SIGNIFICANTLY DAMAGED ASBESTOS.—In the case of a response action for the cir-

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'fec cumstances described in subsection (c)(l)(D), methods for '*<^ responding shall include methods identified in chapter 5 of the 'Guidance for Controlling Asbestos-Containing Material in Buildings', unless preventive measures will eliminate the reasonable likelihood that the asbestos-containing material will become significantly damaged, deteriorated, or delaminated. "(6) PREVENTIVE MEASURES DEFINED.—For purposes of this section, the term 'preventive measures' means actions which eliminate the reasonable likelihood of asbestos-containing mate,..v rial becoming damaged, deteriorated, or delaminated, or significantly damaged deteriorated, or delaminated (as the case may be) or which protect human health and the environment. "(e) IMPLEMENTATION.—The Administrator shall promulgate regulations requiring the implementation of response actions in school buildings under the authority of a local educational agency and, where appropriate, for the determination of when a response action is completed. Such regulations shall include standards for the education and protection of both workers and building occupants for the following phases of activity: "(1) Inspection. Mia "(2) Response Action. -oi "(3) Post-response action, including any periodic reinspection of asbestos-containing material and long-term surveillance activity. "(f) OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE.—The Administrator shall promulgate regulations to require implementation of an operations and mainten£ince and repair program as described in chapter 3 of the 'Guidance for Controlling Asbestos-Containing Materials in Buildings' for all friable asbestos-containing material in a school building under the authority of a local educational agency. "(g) PERIODIC SURVEILLANCE.—The Administrator shall promulgate regulations to require the following: "(1) An identification of the location of friable and non-friable ,Hb asbestos in a school building under the authority of a local educational agency. "(2) Provisions for surveillance and periodic reinspection of such friable and non-friable asbestos. >;,..,. «.i*i. i„..,,..«,